We designed a label and a box for a cognac (vinjak), the full bottle weighs around 1.3 kg . The printing company my client chose (in another country) wants to know which type of cardboard (or which type of material) to use for the box. I don't have a lot of experience with materials so I would usually consult with the printing company, but I already asked them for recommendation and had no positive response.
I did some research but I'm still unsure what to tell them- it needs to be firm enough to hold a cognac bottle and still to be able to print a full-color design. Do you know what would be the standard option here?
Also, do you know would this lock bottom dieline be good for this type of box?
edit : from the printers website: Materials: microwave, small wave, chromocardone, belpack or some other materials of your choice. The printing can be: screen, flexo, offset, UV printing or foil Packaging can be papier mache, laminated or lacquered. (sorry for the rough translate)
Our design is a dark box with some gold foil and UV details, plus a photo of the vineyard founder in some ochre colours
edit2: This is the insert for the bottle we created to put inside (slanted shape is for this specific bottle)